A.A. Williams announces first-ever UK headline tour

A.A. Williams will hit the road in September and October for her first-ever UK headline tour.

A.A. Williams announces first-ever UK headline tour
Emily Carter
Thomas Williams

Following on from this year's excellent Songs From Isolation covers record, A.A. Williams has announced details of her first-ever UK tour.

The musician and her band will be hitting the road in September and October for a 13-date run, including a stop at London's Bush Hall to play Songs From Isolation in full. Elsewhere, she'll be unveiling material from her 2020 Forever Blue debut, and rounding off the tour by supporting Lost Horizons at the Scala in the capital.

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Speaking to Kerrang! earlier this year about the prospect of live music returning after the pandemic, A.A. Williams enthused: "Fast-forward an indefinite amount of time, when we’re all allowed to be in a field and we’re allowed to get drunk, eat falafel and get covered in mud – it’s going to be glorious. I still don’t know when that’s going to actually happen. But it’s going to be great when we get there.” Hell yes, it is.

Catch A.A. Williams at the following:

September 2021

2 Nottingham Bodega
4 Leeds Brudenell Social Club
5 Bristol Fyfe Hall
11 London Bush Hall (Songs From Isolation performance)
26 Ramsgate Music Hall
27 Norwich Waterfront Studio
28 Tunbridge Wells Forum
29 Liverpool Jimmy’s
30 Manchester Halle St. Peters

October 2021

1 Brighton Unitarian Church
2 Coventry Drapers’ Hall
3 Milton Keynes Craufurd Arms
19 London Scala (supporting Lost Horizons)

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